It's Episode 52 of In the Mood for Podcast, a British-based film podcast hosted by Calum Reed of Ultimate Addict and Pete Sheppard of In the Mood for Blog.
You'll need to forgive us this week, but we're a little late to the party. Pete is a very weary traveller having just returned from Nice, but we're on top form with our discussions of this week's bevy of releases. We start off with a little news and discussion of our compilation episode, before Cal launches into a colourful review of "Byzantium," before divulging the welcome left-wing politics of "The Purge." We're bemused and bewildered by "The Big Wedding," which turns into a barnstorming 'in the mood' takedown, before dishing all on frothy comedy "Populaire," which we've been anticipating for some time. Listen for digressions about "Vertigo," Oscar's Best Actor politics, and Pete's semi-faux pas concerning Gemma Arterton, which barely made the final cut.
Opening Segment: Discussing our compilation episode and the week's film news 
The Big Wedding
Closing Segment: This month's Red Light District! We pimp "10 Years," "Compulsion," "The Guard," "House of Pleasures," and "Rashomon" [?]